Die Jovis, videlicet, 4 die Maii,
Domini tam Spirituales quam Temporales, quorum nomina subscribuntur, præsentes fuerunt:
p. Archiepus. Cant.
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Upon the Petition of Henry Lane, complaining that
he, assisting the Serjeant at Arms to apprehend George
Buttrice, to answer a Contempt to this House, touching
Counterfeited Protections (prout 5 Aprilis), is now arrested, and prosecuted by the said Buttrice, in a Suit at
the Common Pleas, for entering his House at the Time
of such his Assistance; it was Ordered, The said Suit
to be staid, and Buttrice to be brought hither by the
Serjeant at Arms, to answer his Contempt.
E. of Arundell's Imprisonment.
The Lord Keeper signified to their Lordships, That,
according to the Order of secundo Maii, he had moved
His Majesty, from the House, on the Behalf of the
Earl of Arundell; who answered, That it is a Cause He
hath had a great deal of Care of, and is willing to give
your Lordships Satisfaction, and hath it in His Consideration how to do it; but hath been interrupted by
other Businesses, wherein Mr. Attorney hath had Occasion of much Conference with Him (as your Lordships
are acquainted); but will, with all Conveniency, give
your Lordships Satisfaction, and return you an Answer.
E. of Sussex's Privilege.
Upon Complaint made to the House, That one Peter
Wood, Servant to the Earl of Sussex, is arrested in Norwich,
in Contempt of the Privilege of Parliament; it was this Day
Ordered, That a Habeas corpus, etc. be awarded, unto
the . . . . . . . . ., to bring the said Peter before their
Lordships; and that the Serjeant at Arms do cause the
Party, at whose Suit and Procurement he was arrested,
and the Bailiffs who arrested him, and Samuel Birch the
Sheriff, to be brought before their Lordships, to answer their Contempt.
L. Wimbledon introduced.
Hodie Edward Lord Viscount Wimbledon was brought
into the Parliament, in his Robes, between the Earl of
Exceter and the Lord Viscount Maunsfeild, Garter going
before, and placed next to the Lord Viscount Say and
Memorandum, He delivered to the Lord Keeper the
Patent of his Creation, which bears Date at Readinge,
nono die Novembris, Anno Primo Caroli Regis.
Precedent for trying the E. of Bristol reported.
The Earl of Devon reported, That the Lords Subcommittees for Privileges, etc. searching for Precedents
(according to the Order of the Second of May), they
found one, which gave them full Satisfaction, touching
the Trial of a Peer in Parliament: videlicet, the Trial
of the Earl of Northumberland, Anno 5° H. IV. and
had given Order, That the Roll of that Parliament should
be brought hither this Morning.
Which being read by the Clerk, the House was put
into a Committee, to the End there might be a free and
full Debate of this Business.
Orders concerning his Trial.
And the House being resumed; it was Ordered,
as followeth: videlicet,
"1. Mr. Attorney General to prepare the Heads of
the Charge against the Earl of Bristol, and to bring
them in on Saturday next.
"2. The Earl of Bristol to receive the Charge at
the Bar then.
"3. When the Earl hath heard his Charge, the
Lords will determine whether he shall answer presently, or at what other Time, according as Occasion
shall be ministered from the Earl, or otherwise. But
the Earl is not to be inhibited, if he will answer
"4. This Cause of the Earl of Bristol is to be retained wholly in this House.
"5. After the Charge is brought in, and the Earl's
Answer, their Lordships to proceed to hear Mr. Attorney's Proofs amongst themselves, and then to put
the Cause into a Way of proceeding in this House."
Dominus Custos Magni Sigilli declaravit præsens Parliamentum continuandum esse usque in diem Sabbati
proximum, videlicet, sextum diem instantis Maii, hora
nona, Dominis sic decernentibus.